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♦ ♦ ♦ • JULES VERNE’S I “20,000 LEAGUES i UNDER THE SEA” ♦ Eight Reels of the Marvels of the Deep. Nothing Like It on Earth + Giant Octopus and Pearl Diver in Death Grapple on Ocean's ^ Bottom; Wonderful Romantic Drama, Interwoven with Marvel . ous Submarine Views and Amazing Panoramas of the Sea Make This the Most Fascinating and Instructive Picture Shown. . An Exciting Submarine Photo D rama. The First and Only One Ever Filmed. Flashing Scenes From the Ocean, Earth and Sky That Surpass ♦ All the Dreams of Fiction. • .. ... .. ' .. n. # REGULAR ADMISSION 30 CENTS AND 10 CENTS. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦ + « ' ♦ « 'V STOP A MINUTE! Now, surely It's a treat, Occasionally to eat Something pure and sweet Like Chocolates that are dreams. Those delicious Caramel Creams. That earth like heaven seems. We seriously would advise, And put the people wise, (That's why we advertise). We make delicious candy That sure is fine and dandy. Now don’t be so contrary, Call at the “Kitcheif Sanitary" And let us prove to you, That this poetry's true. SANITARYCANDYKITCHEN NEXT CORDOVA HOUSE All Kinds Coles Hot F0R THE !>l , mechanic r> I ast WE HAVE STARRET THF WASHINGTON TOOLS i “CURVEX” BLAST BAILY CURTAIN TRILBY OAK PLANES RODS 1 LANGS WHITE’S SINGLE and AIR TIGHT BROAD DOUBLE Having bought our stock of HATCHETS I Heaters before the advance, we WTNT^O arC in 3 position t0 save you 25 II llll/V VI per cent on any of the makes list SHADES —————————————— i ”he! um, O’Neill Co. THE CORNER STORE | - • i § % i ♦ POINTED PARAGRAPHS. + Every man has a different explana . I tlon for his failure to make good. It Is better to not want a thing than ♦ It Is to get it and wish you hadn't. 4 There would be less trouble In this world if people were permitted to be happy in their own way. ♦ No man will admit that he would ^ marry a woman smarter than himself —because he doesn't believe there is ♦ one. « Many a maa who thinks he is cap 'able of steering the ship of state couldn’t run a wheelbarrow. ♦ When an heiress marries a title that ♦ may be about all she gets for her w money. ♦ Occasionally a man Is clever enough - to know how Important he isn’t. A statesman is a politician who can ♦ keep his face closed at the right time. + When two or more women get to - gether one of the thing3 you don’t hear is silence. ♦ -♦ 4 Attorney Maurice D. Leehy, of Se attle. is a passenger on the steamer Evans, for Valdez, where he will rep ♦ resent George Max Esterly In some 4 i mining litigation before the district court. t * ♦I The Hallowe’en dance and bazaar given by the Woman’s Guild last night was largely attended and a social and financial success. RANGE CONDITIONS IN TE^XAS ARE EXCELLENT. EL PASO) Texas, Nov, 1—Range conditions In the Panhandle of Texas and In other* cattle sections of the southwest, are'said to be excellent and winter feed is expected to be plentiful, according to reports receiv ed at the office of the Panhandle * Southwestern Stockmen's Association here. Late fall rains gave the grass an additional growth and farmers are putting quantities of feed for the win ter. these reports state. —» ENGLISH SHIPPING MEN AGREE RATE OF WAGE9. LONDON, Nov. 1—The Shipping Controller has set up a Mercantile Marine Conciliation Committee for dealing expeditiously with differences between shipowners and seamen. Var ious sections of sea-labor and ship owners have been In conference on the possibility of arranging a stan dard or national rate of wages and as (the Ministry of Shipping Is satisfied ns to the expediency of this reform, they are prepared to create and make , effectivefche necessary machinery. -♦ 'FARMERS AND BANK ER9 TO ATTEND CONFERENCE. ' .PULLMAN, Wash., Nov. —increas ing food and stock supplies of the i state will be discussed at a conference of farmers and bankers of Washing ton to be held here November 9 and 10. State Bank Examiner E. W. Han son has sent out a call for the meet ing. Encouraging production, distribution problems, conservation of agricultur al waste products, and financial as sistance in the purchase of livestock - land seed are among the topics that , will be discussed. ^ *!■ OUR OLD FRIEND “GIFFY” IS STILL IN THE RING, £ LEWISTON, Idaho, Nov. 1—Gifford Pinchot, chairman of the Livestock Committee of the National Food Ad ministration, will deliver an address j at lhe Northwestern Livestock Show | here November 8 to 15, Secretary P. j H. flagstone announces. Entries of blooded stock from all -3 parts of the northwest, continue to be received, and a record number of 33 exhibits are expected. -«— "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" at :|:j the Empreaa theatre at 8 o’clock sharp g: tonight. Eight reels of marvels. No- 33 'ring like it yet been shown here. A 33 vrmF, tnatructive picture. Admission, 33 commencing tonight to the theatre, 3[: will be: Adults 30c, children 10c. ♦ - There will be a sheet and pollow case dance at the Red Dragon Club j.v; House Friday night, for the young •:> people. Everyone invited. 33 - ♦ If the United States would conscript 33 a few black mammies from the south f: and send them to England and France 3:| to operate corn breud bakeries, we 33 would hear less about conserving the 33 wheat for Europe. The trouble with 33 those Europeans is that they don’t 33 know how to bake corn bread, and the 33 result is that they have never culti- '3: vated a liking for it. They probably 33 never heard of, much less, tasted ash cake in all their roast beef frog-eating — lives. Educate them to the black w* mammy tjuality of corn bread andljgl they will be clamoring for more corn and less wheat—Ex. -* Your eyes fitted. Compound and istlgmatic lenses replaced. See Os borne. _CLASSIFIED ADVS. WANTED—Maid for general house work. Family of two. Wages', to competent girl. $40. Apply at once to Mrs. E. L. Harwood. FOR SALE—Amos Ross property. First Avenue) $3,500. Terms. See C. P. Michelson, City, or Amos Koss, R. R. No. 2. North Yakima, Wash. WANTED—At once, experienced hali but fisherman. Apply Oscar Ohm, Ocean Pock. 27-3t rOR SALE—30x30 Winchester rifle. Good condition. $10. Apply old hos pital. Wm. Crompton. 25-3t :OR RENT — Five room, modern house, partly furnished. Phone H-0. rOR RENT—Furnished house. Apply at Daily Times. VANTED — Woman wants work by hour or day. Apply Clayson. 31-4t l/ANTED—Girl for general house work. Apply to A. Van Vechten. OST—A Lady's Blue Silk Umbrella, in city. Return to Times' Office. OR RENT—Furnished cabins. See Dooley. wms /ANTED — A cook, at Cordova Grill. SE NEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED WlAAAAA VWyyv\A<»vW/^<l ■ WWW^WS^WiVWN Beautiful Georgette Waists, Hand-embroi dered in the daintiest silkies. All sizes. A)so separate Sport and Dress Skirts in a wide assortment. Some are of plain colors, others in stripes and plaids. . New line of Silk and Wool Union Suits. f New Coats and Serge Dresses. Our Beauty Parlor is now open, with the latest electrical equipment. Shampooing, Hair Dressing, Manicuring and Vibratory Treat ments. §ltup " "■" ■■ ■ • Women's FALL FASHIONS! _ _ _ THE NEW COAT STYLES ARE READY | LATEST MODELS. NEWEST STYLES Coine in and See the BEAUTIFUL NEW COATS. The very latest fashions from the world’s fashion center. All the new fabrics. All the new shades and colors. There is a coat here to suit every possible need. We have never shown a more com plete assortment. It you don’t see it in the window we have it inside. :ji; • v* Will ClaysonJ We Are Prepared! To do your PRINTING and DO IT RIGHT*—in a way that will please the eye and a Price that will suit the pocket-book Give Us A TRIAL and we will prove it to you. “NufSed” CORDOVA TIMES Job Printing Dept. * •'*■**»*.